Climate of Pushkar

Pushkar is a city situated in the state of Rajasthan in India. The state of Rajasthan is located in an area which is essentially hot and arid, being in close proximity to the Thar Desert. Due to this, the climate of the whole area is mainly dry and hot. The climate of Pushkar is also dominated by hot summer season. But surprisingly, Pushkar is not as dry and arid as the rest of Rajasthan. Pushkar is blessed with a prolonged rainy season that makes the climate of Pushkar very humid.

The temperature variation in Pushkar is on the hotter side, but, unlike other places in Rajasthan, the climate in Pushkar does not face great extremes in temperature. In other areas in Rajasthan, the winters are extremely cold, while in Pushkar, it tends to be more moderate. Average summer temperatures in Pushkar range from 25°C to 45 °C, while winter temperatures usually range from 8 °C to 22 °C.

Rainfall is abundant in Pushkar. The rain season usually begins in July and continues up to the middle of September. Pushkar experiences heavy downpours regularly during these months. The humidity levels are considerably high in Pushkar, usually hovering around 90%. The climate of Pushkar is therefore favorable for travel and tourism, and does not usually get as uncomfortable as some of the other areas in Rajasthan.

Last Updated on : 19/06/2013



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